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We have closed our Willen site to our own patients so that it can be used as a HUB for MKHealth Extra, who will see the overspill of patients from all practices in MK. There is no walk-in service available at that site. We have moved our urgent care service back to our Newport Pagnell site. Your appointments will still be on the telephone with a clinician, if they feel you need to be seen you will be asked to come to the Newport Pagnell site to see our urgent care team. You will be asked to wait in your car until the clinician is ready, they will call you on your mobile phone and ask you to come to the door of our Health Education room (the side door before our main entrance). These precautions are to maintain minimum footfall within the Medical Centre and we ask for your understanding during these changes. The main doors at NPMC are still closed to patients entering the building. If you are invited to attend an appointment we would ask that you come alone; the exceptions to this will be the need for a parent or carer. If a parent or carer will also be attending, we shall ask for their name and they will also undergo the screening questions. We have not taken this decision lightly and your support with this decision is much appreciated

Test Results

To enquire about results of blood tests, urine tests, x-rays or other investigations, please phone the Medical Centre on 01908 611767 after 10.30 am


Blood Teststests_and_results

We have blood clinic appointments every day Monday to Friday.

These appointments are available in the following clinics and can usually be booked within a few days.

  • Phlebotomist blood clinics
  • Health Care Assistant clinics

You do not need to fast for any blood test, unless your doctor requests you to have a FASTING GLUCOSE. In that case you need to have water only for the preceding 8 hours to your appointment time. Any regular medication can be taken with water.



 
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